||Washtenaw W of 23
||City of Dexter
||C-1, GENERAL BUSINESS
||General, Family, Business, Traveler, Tourist, Recreation, Other
|Property Located Between:
||Zeeb and Baker Roads
|Largest Nearby Street:
||Main (Ann Arbor-Dexter) Street
||I-94, M-14, US-23
||DTW, Ann Arbor
||City of Dexter, corner of Dexter-Ann Arbor (Main Street) and Dan Hoey.
||The City of Dexter is located in Southeast Michigan, along the banks of the Huron River and Mill Creek. Residents and visitors can enjoy a day on a river, walking along nature trails, or biking on the County Border-to-Border trail, stopping in our historic downtown for lunch and some shopping. Cultural activities include a local theater, historical museum, summer concerts, ice skating in the winter, festivals, and simply playing in the parks.
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||Ample parking all around building
||Cable, DSL, ISDN, Satellite, Dialup
||DEXTER C-1 INTENT
This district is intended to encourage planned and integrated groupings of retail, service, and administrative establishments which will retail convenience and comparison goods and provide personal and professional services for the entire City and tributary area and to accommodate commercial establishments which cannot be practically provided in the City commercial area, but can be integrated into the City at a scale and intensity consistent with the small Midwest town character.
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
A. Retail sale of foods, drugs, hardware notions, books and similar convenience goods.
B. Personal service, include barber shops and beauty salons; medical and dental clinics; self-service laundromats; sale and repair shops for watches, shoes, radios, televisions and home electronics, bicycle repair, tailor shop and music studio.
C. Business, professional and medical offices.
D. Stores and shops for the conducting of a service or retail business.
F. Any service establishment of an office-showroom workshop nature of an electrician, decorator, dressmaker, tailor, baker, printer, upholsterer or an establishment doing radio or home electronics or appliance repair, photographic reproduction and similar service establishments that require a retail adjunct.
G. Theaters and studios for professional work.
H. Private clubs, fraternal organizations and lodge halls.
I. Business schools and colleges, or private schools operated for profit.
J. Financial Institutions.
K. Off-street parking in accordance with the regulations of ARTICLE V.
L. Signs in accordance with the regulations of ARTICLE VII.
The following uses may be permitted, upon review and approval by the City Council in accordance with the general standards for all Special Land Uses listed in Section 8.03, and the standards for the specific use listed in Section 8.11.
A. Restaurants and other establishments with drive-in or drive-thru facilities.
B. Commercial outdoor sales and open air business uses.
C. Indoor commercial recreation such as bowling alleys, billiard halls, archery ranges, tennis courts, skating rinks, and arcades.
D. Funeral homes.
E. Mechanical amusement device centers and arcades as a principal or accessory use if there are more than four (4) such devices.
F. Automobile service (gasoline) stations when developed as part of a larger planned shopping center with shared access and similar architecture.
G. Essential public service building and storage yards.
H. Accessory commercial outdoor sales and storage.
I. Bars serving alcohol.
J. Showroom and sales of new automobiles and the display and sale of used cars when in conjunction with a showroom and sale of new units thereof; and repair of same when in conjunction with a showroom and sales of new units thereof.
K. Outdoor Seating at Restaurants only.
L. Cleaning establishments when in compliance with fire regulations and all other City ordinances relating thereto.
M. Used car lots.
N. Small animal clinic.
O. Automobile service center.
P. Adult regulated uses.
Q. Single family, two family and multiple family dwelling units above the ground floor.
R. A dwelling unit of a resident manager or owner is permitted on the ground floor.
S. Motels & hotels.
T. Automatic or self serve car wash.
U. Mixed Use Developments.
V. Government or Community Owned Buildings
||UNIT 5, DEXTER COMMERCE CENTER, WASHTENAW CO CONDO SUBVD PLAN NO. 463. VILLAGE OF DEXTER. T2S, R5E. SPLIT ON 08/30/2004 FROM HD-08-05-300-053;